How long does the average Arizona divorce last?
The average Arizona divorce takes between six to nine months. But this is only a rough estimate. It depends on a lot of factors, like length of marriage, if there are children, number of assets and debts to be divided, and the mental health of the parties. If spouses are agreeable, they can get divorced in as little as 60-days. Reasonable negotiations and settlement discussions can drastically reduce the time it takes to get a divorce. But contentious divorces can take a year or more, and highly contentious divorces can take two years or more.